Megan Rolland — Best New Journalist: Rolland is an education reporter. Her work in 2010 included school closings, teacher cuts, a student overcoming the odds and more.
Ron Jackson, Robert Medley and Randy Ellis — General News: Jackson, Medley and Ellis won for a series of stories about the discovery of the body of Aja Johnson, 7, killed by her stepfather Lester Hobbs and subsequent reports detailing her death.
Todd Pendleton — Graphics and Illustrations: Pendleton won for a graphic detailing the Oklahoma state Capitol floor by floor and for an illustration of potential Oscar winners.
John Clanton — Spot News Photo, Sports: Clanton won for photos of tornado damage, a coach and a quarterback.
Sarah Phipps — General News Photo, Feature: Phipps won for photos from the Fourth of July and prison church.
Chris Landsberger — Website Photo, Photo Package: Landsberger won for a photo on pregame rituals and for photos of Catherine Titus and her dogs.
Robert Medley and Michael Baker— Spot News: Medley and Baker won for their reporting on a house fire that killed four children and two women in Weleetka.
Carrie Coppernoll — Personal Columns: Coppernoll won for her columns on Oklahoma's first bacon festival and the first year of parenthood.
Sonya Colberg — Business Spot News Reporting: Colberg won for her work about an insurance company denying claims for a teen's cancer treatment.
Matt Clayton — Non-Page One Layout: Clayton won for his layouts “It's better to receive,” “Outside the box” and “Masterpiece.”
Christy Watson — Editorials: Watson won for several editorials about State Question 744 and education funding.
Tom Maupin — Headlines: Maupin won for the following headlines: “The skies of Texas are upon us;” “Writer decides its time to get a narrower view of life,” about a reporter's project to lose weight; and “Does work get in way of your e-fun times?”
Berry Tramel — Sports Columns: Tramel won for columns about saluting the Greatest Generation of Oklahoma Sooners, University of Oklahoma's football coach Bob Stoops sticking to his guns, and football fans ending the national anthem with “Sooners” instead of “the brave.”